Environmental Policy News in the EU
WWF calls for urgent European action to save Mediterranean fisheries
Tough EU illegal fishing legislation needs stronger implementation to reach full potential, say NGOs
The European Unions regulation to prevent, deter and eliminate illegal, unreported and ...
Huge majority in the European Parliament votes against a revision of the EU Nature Laws
Responding to today's vote at the European Parliament against a revision of the EU Birds and ...
Large majority of the European Parliament expected to back the Nature Directives
After the positive vote by the Environment Committee of the European Parliament on 22 December ...
Let's not lose the momentum - time for action!
2015 saw many global challenges, but also unprecedented civil engagement around the world for ...
NGOs welcome EU move to fight illegal fishing through vessel numbering scheme
Today, the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF), Oceana and WWF welcomed a new European ...
WWF: The Mediterranean Sea won’t sustain our economy if we don’t turn the tide now
Brussels/Rome, 19 January 2016. The Mediterranean region is currently facing impressive growth, a ...
Coal growth in decline, WWF demands coal phase-out of the global energy system by 2050
Responding to today's published report by the IEA demonstrating that strong coal growth is over, ...
Historic climate deal agreed in Paris – implications for European Union
In Paris a historic international climate agreement was signed by negotiators from 195 countries, ...
EU ministers conclude on nature: will action finally follows promises?
WWF welcomes the Council conclusions adopted today on the 2015 Mid-Term Review of the EU ...